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The History Of The Great Locomotive Chase
by William Ou

The history of the great locomotive chase about the Andrews raiders stolen a locomotive named, the General, in Atlanta. It happens on April 12, 1862 during the American Civil War. He and his members were ordered to destroy the railway system by General Mitchel. Before stealing the train, James J. Andrews told his members that if they were succeed, the Union will have victory. But if they failed, they will be hang. So, Andrews and his men began to plan to seize the locomotive from Atlanta to Chattanooga. These men disguised as the southern gentleman. William Knight uncouple the train from the coaches and ready for their action.
William A. Fuller, the 26 year old railroad conductor, saw his train puff away and get mad when they were about to have breakfast at Big Shanty. He and his men were determined to get that stolen locomotive by riding the Texas locomotive. But the General had gone far, so they got onto the Yonah locomotive to the Kingston Station. The raiders had already left when Fuller arrived. They also asked other people about the stolen locomotive and asked them to write a telegraph to the Confederate general about the spies stolen the General. The Texas chase backwards instead of forward because they didn't have time to turn around. The spies destroyed the track, bridges, cutting the wire, and burned the boxcars. The Texas chased the General for 87 miles.
Unfortunately, they couldn't reach to Chattanooga because the General had run out of fuel and he began to slow down. Andrews told them that they gotta ran as quickly as possible. The Confederate soldiers chased Andrews and his men after they abandon the General. All of thieves were captured. They were taken to Atlanta. Andrews and seven men from his party were hanged. Others were escaped. One of them named, William Pittenger, was a Union soldier and an author. He wrote the book about the chase. He and other survivors had received a Medal of Honor.
In 1888, the survivor of the raiders had reunion. People celebrated the anniversary of the great locomotive chase. It was one of the most amazing scene in the American history. The legacy is on. In 1926, they made a movie of The General silent movie played by Buster Keaton. Fess Parker and Jeffrey Hunter played the role in Disney's The Great Locomotive Chase movie in 1956. Today, the General is at the Southern Museum of Civil War and Locomotive History and the replica Texas is at the Southeastern Railway Museum. Both two locomotives are famous. The real Texas has been found and ready to put him at the Atlanta History Center.
If you have any questions about the great locomotive chase, please ask me below the comments. I will be very happy to answer your question!
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_Locomotive_Chase
http://www.strykerahc.org/html/william_knight.html
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Great_Locomotive_Chase
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_General_(1926_film)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Pittenger_(soldier)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_J._Andrews
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Allen_Fuller
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